Itazuke Tower

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Sign from the control tower at Itazuke Air Base in Japan. Countless Air Force personnel flew combat missions from Itazuke AB during the Korean War. The sign was sent to the museum when the air base was phased out by the USAF in 1971.

Note: The sign is displayed in stabilized, unrestored condition.

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